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Montenegro

THE PRESIDENCY REACTED 20. 01. 2020.   >>  18:27 0

THE PRESIDENCY REACTED

Selakovic's claims are unfounded

The statement by the Secretary-General of the President of Serbia, Nikola Selakovic, that the most relevant international legal bodies, such as the Council of Europe, have called for the necessity and the need for restitution of church property, especially the SPC’s, has absolutely no basis in the facts, estimated the Cabinet of the President of Montenegro.

Selakovic yesterday challenged Montenegrin President Milo Djukanovic's argument in favor of the Law on Freedom of Religion, stating that everything Djukanovic presented was neither legally grounded nor valid.
The Presidency, however, said that Selakovic's claims were unfounded.
"On the contrary, in 2012, exactly before the European Court of Human Rights, as a judicial body of the Council of Europe, Montenegro won a dispute against the Serbian Orthodox Church, which demanded the restitution of church property in Montenegro. The Strasbourg Court dismissed the claim by the SPC as evidently ill-founded and inadmissible, finding that the claimants had neither 'existing property' nor 'legitimate expectation' to recover the property they were seeking restitution for," the response said.

The court in Strasbourg concluded that "the claims of the SPC and the state of Serbia that the SPC in Montenegro is a victim of violation of the right to peaceful enjoyment of property and to a fair trial, and that it was allegedly discriminated against by the state of Montenegro, had no legal basis".

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